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Pre-order fall books beginning July 28
Black Hawk College students can pre-order their fall textbooks online beginning Monday, July 28. For instructions or to order, go to www.bhc.edu/bookstore. Pre-orders can be purchased with student financial aid or a credit card. Pre-orders end Tuesday, Aug. 12 Pre-order … Continue reading
Chinese high school students visit Quad-Cities Campus
The Quad-Cities Campus hosted a dozen Chinese high school students Thursday, July 17 as part of the Rivers as Bridges 2014 program. The students are in the Midwest for a two-week visit, touring and studying the Mississippi River region in … Continue reading
New Welding & Skilled Trades Center progressing in Kewanee
Hein Construction continues the construction of the new Black Hawk College Welding and Skilled Trades Center adjacent to the college’s Community Education Center at 404 E. Third St. in downtown Kewanee. The foundation and steel structure are complete. The contractor is … Continue reading
QC Campus library getting facelift
The Black Hawk College Quad-Cities Campus Library is getting a facelift this summer. Precision Builders Inc. is working on three library projects – a complete interior renovation with new furniture, exterior window replacement (pictured) and a new elevator. The interior … Continue reading
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Learn about professional, continuing ed programs Aug. 14
The 6th Annual Professional and Continuing Education (PaCE) Open House will be from 5-6:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 14 at the college’s Quad-Cities Campus in the Sustainable Technologies Building (accessible from Lot 1 off 70th Street).
BHC hosting boys basketball camps in Kewanee
The East Campus Warriors and head coach Chance Jones are hosting three basketball camps for boys this summer. The cost for all camps is $40 per player. All camps will be at the Kewanee National Guard Armory. Click on the … Continue reading
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COMMUNITY NEWS

Veterans can relax, study in BHC center
Black Hawk College opened a Veterans Resource Center at the Quad-Cities Campus in February 2014. The center provides a place for veterans and active duty military students and employees to relax, network, study and find resources to help them transition … Continue reading
Chinese high school students visit Quad-Cities Campus
The Quad-Cities Campus hosted a dozen Chinese high school students Thursday, July 17 as part of the Rivers as Bridges 2014 program. The students are in the Midwest for a two-week visit, touring and studying the Mississippi River region in … Continue reading
Curtis, Johnson honored as emerging women leaders
Black Hawk College recently honored two Quad-Cities Campus students as emerging women leaders at the Women’s Connection “Women in Leadership” event. Maryedith “Katy” Curtis of Moline and Carla Johnson of East Moline were honored for their exceptional leadership initiative and … Continue reading
Registration open for variety of fall Professional and Continuing Ed classes
Black Hawk College Professional and Continuing Education (PaCE) provides classes and programs in community education, short-term careers, workforce development and online classes. A variety of Fall 2014 classes are now open for early registration. For a list of the classes, … Continue reading
New Welding & Skilled Trades Center progressing in Kewanee
Hein Construction continues the construction of the new Black Hawk College Welding and Skilled Trades Center adjacent to the college’s Community Education Center at 404 E. Third St. in downtown Kewanee. The foundation and steel structure are complete. The contractor is … Continue reading
BHC hosting boys basketball camps in Kewanee
The East Campus Warriors and head coach Chance Jones are hosting three basketball camps for boys this summer. The cost for all camps is $40 per player. All camps will be at the Kewanee National Guard Armory. Click on the … Continue reading
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As part of the Global Gathering West Africa program at the Bettendorf Public Library, staff from the Teranga House of Africa in Rock Island, the Teranga Drum Circle, and members of the Black Hawk College African Student Association modeled fashions from various African countries, demonstrated how to fold the scarves used for head coverings, played drums and talked about the instruments and the history of drumming, and provided small samples of African food.


More than 900 talented and gifted students entering grades 6-9 recently spent a week at the Quad-Cities Campus for the 33rd College for Kids program.

 

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